Welcome to the Spring 2024 Delaware Compost Bin & Rain Barrel Sale!

BrandBuilders has been contracted by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to offer a Spring 2024 Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Sale. Backyard Composting is an excellent way to reduce organic waste going to Delaware landfills and can benefit your own garden! Rain Barrels reduce water costs, keep Delaware waterways clean, and provide a natural source of water for plants and gardens, all while reducing the amount of pollutants that enter storm drains.

Please explore this site to see what is being offered at this sale. Because we are shipping in bulk, we are able to offer compost bins, rain barrels, and accessories to Delawareans at reduced prices. 

This is a pre-order and pickup sale, and there won't be any products for sale at the pickup event.

Orders must be placed by July 11th and picked up on July 13th at:

Sussex County- 901 Pilottown Rd, Lewes, DE
Time: 8:00am-9:30am

Kent County- 155 Commerce Way Suite B, Dover, DE
Time: 11:00am-12:30pm

New Castle County-391 Lukens Drive, New Castle, DE
Time: 2:00pm-3:30pm

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Why Compost?

Organic waste comprises 30 percent of the household trash going into landfills, where it has no chance to decompose . Homeowners who backyard compost not only extend the life of our landfills and reduce the cost of collecting household garbage, but also recycle the nutrients in organic waste to create a valuable soil amendment for their gardens.

We want to encourage backyard composting so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of improving or maintaining high-quality soil, growing healthy plants, reducing the use of fertilizer and pesticides, improving water quality, and protecting the environment. By adding compost you can conserve water and help improve soil to help hold water in the root zone.

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Why Use a Rain Barrel?

Why Compost

There are several environmental benefits associated with rain barrels. Rain barrels reduce stormwater runoff, water that does not soak into the ground, can transport pollutants to our local waterways as well as cause erosion. By collecting rainwater for watering lawns, gardens, and potted plants and for washing off patio furniture and tools, rain barrels conserve water. From a gardening perspective, the natural nutrients in rain water make it far better than city tap water, which contains chlorine and fluoride. With a rain barrel, gardeners can minimize or eliminate their use of chemical fertilizers.

Rain barrel water should not be used to drink or bathe. And rain barrels should be emptied and stored throughout the winter months.